Burnie

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Located 50km from Devonport, Burnie is a vibrant industrial town, home to to Australia’s fifth largest container port. The locals say the best milk in the world for cheese making is produced here, not to mention a cracking drop of whiskey. Surrounded by beautiful beaches, parks, hills and fresh air Burnie is a great place to do fruit picking and harvest work.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Burnie Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Burnie Getting There Burnie is a 30 minute drive west along the coast from Devonport. There’s a direct air service from Melbourne to Burnie as well Read more

Devonport

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Approximately 100km from Launceston, Devonport is favored with a temperate coastal climate, strongly influenced by the ocean. Situated at the mouth of Mersey River, a stone’s throw to the Tasmanian high country, Devonport is a great place to explore and use a base to discover Tasmania. Harvest work wise you’ll expect to seek employment picking vegetables, apples, stone fruit, cherries and berries.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Devonport Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Devonport Getting There Deloraine is a 40 minute drive from both of Devonport and Launceston. The town is serviced regularly by local buses and with a Read more

Huonville

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Located 38km south of Hobart, Huonville produces more then half of Tasmania’s apples. Enjoy the backdrop and scenic views as the hills, orchard and lush landscape combine to provide a truly relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. The town also produces cherries, pears, mushrooms, apricots, plums so there will be opportunities to seek employment.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Huonville Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Huonville Getting There Huonville is a half an hour drive south west of Hobart, buses regularly service the area as well as flights to Hobart from the mainland. Accommodation Some farms will provide basic dorm style Read more

Launceston

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Tasmania’s second largest city, Launceston is located approximately 200km north of Hobart. A gateway to the beautiful wineries of the Tamar Valley, the town is home to an array of wonderful Victorian style buildings. History aside, Launceston boasts holds the record as the first Australian city to be lit by hydroelectricity and to have underground sewers.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Launceston Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Launceston Getting There Launceston is a 2 hours drive north of Hobart, regular bus services also operate along the route. Flights from the mainland operate daily to Launceston. Accommodation There’s plenty of Read more

Beechworth

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Beechworth is one of Victoria’s better preserved mining towns, it was all hussle and bussle in the mid 1800′s, nowadays the region is known for its great harvest and for being home to the Court House that tried Ned Kelly and his mother. Harvest work wise you’ll expect to find work picking grapes, apples, cherries and vine pruning.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Beechworth Fruit Picking Jobs in Victoria Where’s Beechworth Getting There Beechworth is a 3 hours drive north east of Melbourne and 7 hours south west of Sydney. If arriving by transport daily train services operate to Wangaratta, Read more

Echuca

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Often referred to as Echuca Moama, Echuca is located on the Victorian side of the Murray river. Lined with parks and native forest and a stones through away from the Murray, Echuca is a popular tourist destination. Harvest work wise you’ll be looking for jobs picking grapes, tomatoes, stonefruit, apples and pears.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Echuca Fruit Picking Jobs in Victoria Where’s Echuca Getting There Echuca is a 3 hours drive north of Melbourne, if you don’t have a car there’s regular bus and train services that run direct to Echuca daily. Accommodation Echucha’s a larger regional town, Read more

Mornington Peninsula

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The Mornington Peninsula covers a vast array of land from Hastings to Rosebud. Within a stones through to beautiful beaches, natural hot springs and national parks the peninsula is a great place to complete your specified work. Harvest jobs in the region include grape, apple, cherry, strawberry and raspberry picking.   Fruit Picking Jobs in the Mornington Peninsula Fruit Picking Jobs in Victoria Where’s the Mornington Peninsula Getting There The Mornington Peninsula is an hours drive from the Melbourne CBD. If residing in the outer south eastern suburbs it would be a short daily commute to anywhere in the Mornington Read more

Manjimup

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Just 300 km from Perth, Manjimup is home to abundant fresh water, rich soils, undulating scenery, tall forests and tranquil surroundings. Manjimup’s fertile land is used for dairying and farms of beef, sheep and vegetables not to mention pear and apple orchards. Don’t forget to attend the annual cherry festival in December.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Kununurra Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Manjimup Getting There Manjimup is 300km south of Perth, a cruisy 3 and a half hour drive, half along the coast and half inland. Bus services also operate daily which is handy if you don’t Read more

Donnybrook

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From humble beginnings as a small goldfield, Donnybrook is known as the Apple capital of the south west located approximately 200km from Perth and 35km from Bunbury. The town is surrounded by stunning forests, winding rivers, rolling hills, picturesque vineyards and beautiful orchards.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Donnybrook Fruit Picking Jobs in Western Australia Where’s Donnybrook Getting There Donnybrook is a short 2 hour drive south of Perth, bus services also operate daily from Perth. Accommodation There’s a backpackers hostel in town and a caravan park. If you can’t find accommodate on site where you work there’s also motels, Read more

Richmond

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Located 25km north east of Hobart Richmond is one of the most important historic towns in Tasmania. The Richmond Bridge built by convict labourers between 1823 and 1825 is the oldest surviving freestone bridge in Australia. Harvest work wise you’ll find employment picking grapes,vegetables, stone fruits, apples and cherries.   Fruit Picking Jobs in Richmond Fruit Picking Jobs in Tasmania Where’s Richmond Getting There So you’re in for a short 25 minute drive from Hobart which is great, there’s also a local bus that run’s daily to and from Hobart. Accommodation Hopefully you can secure a spot camping on the Read more